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Ed Robson Branch Library May 2013 programs


Join the Maricopa County Reads 2013


Summer Reading Program “Dig Into Reading” – programs for all ages! The program begins on May 30; go to www. mcldaz.org/summer to register online or visit your local participating library! Friends of the Library Meeting Wednesday, May 1, at 9:00 a.m. Join the Friends of the Library for their monthly meeting at


the Lecky Center,


Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library, 9330 E. Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes; 602-652-3000; www.mcldaz. org.


Armed With Our Language, We Went


to War: The Navajo Code Talkers Wednesday, May 1, from 10:00-11:00


a.m.


During WWII a small group of Navajo men from the Navajo homeland enlisted in the Marines with a unique armor. This select group devised a code using the Diné (Navajo)


language to pass secret


information without the enemy ever breaking the code. For years a cloak of secrecy hung over the service these Code Talkers gave to the U.S. government and country. Over 40 years later the code


was declassifi ed and the Code Talkers were recognized and honored for their military contributions to the war effort by Presidents Reagan and Bush and the Navajo Nation. This discussion centers on how the code was devised and used, personal quotes from the Marines, why the young Marines enlisted in the military and photos of the Code Talkers. Personal family photos from Dr. Tohe are included. Co-sponsored by the Friends of the Ed Robson Branch Library, presented by the Arizona Humanities Council; Lecky Center at Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library, 9330 E. Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes; 602-652-3000; www.mcldaz. org.


Wednesday Afternoon Book


Discussion Wednesday, May 8 from 2:00-4:00


p.m. Check at the library for this month’s


title; at the Lecky Center, Maricopa County Library District’s Ed Robson Branch Library, 9330 E. Riggs Rd., Sun Lakes; 602- 652-3000; www.mcldaz.org.


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Board of Directors meeting approved resolutions for April 3, 2013


Motion No. 1: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve the March 6, 2013, Regular Business Meeting Minutes. Motion carried unanimously. Motion No. 2: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve the SMART Project Planning and Funding Guidelines, effective April 3, 2013. A motion to amend the original motion was made to add the verbiage “by the Board of Directors” to Stage 3 after the words adoption of the plan (Page 1 of the Guidelines). Motion carried unanimously as amended. Motion No. 3: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve Resolution 2013-001 to add the board president and the board secretary to No.1 and No.2 bank accounts; retain the second vice president’s name on the No. 1 and No.2 bank accounts; and add the treasurer’s name to No.5 Administration –


All Financial Accounts, effective April 3, 2013. Motion carried unanimously. Motion No. 4: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve the Modifi cations to the Sun Lakes HOA No. 1 Policy on Financial Operating Practices establishing board approval of all special projects that exceed $1500.00, effective April 3, 2013. A motion was made to further amend the motion to strike the word “special” from the original motion. Motion carried unanimously as amended. Motion No. 5: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve revision of the $200 permit fee for a new manufactured home on a vacant lot to $250; to have one uniform fee requirement for both new and replacement manufactured homes, effective April 3, 2013. Motion carried unanimously. Motion No. 6: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve the 2013 Annual Corporate Calendar, effective April 3, 2013. Motion carried unanimously. Motion No. 7: A motion was made


and seconded that the Board of Directors approve corrections to Policies and Rules Section J and Section X to update and clarify who shall have the ability to reserve rooms;


that only SLCC residents


shall sponsor people from other locations to reserve rooms for private parties at SLCC; and that the room use fee schedule approved by the Board of Directors in January 2011, be adhered to with no exceptions, effective April 3, 2013. Motion carried unanimously. 


You will earn a stated, fixed rate of interest


The fixed interest rate may increase over time - based upon interest rate market conditions


Your principal is guaranteed1


Your money is protected from the stock market volatility


Your earnings will grow tax deferred2


Deferred income may help you reduce or eliminate income taxes paid on Social Security2


You can select from different income options, including lifetime payments that you cannot outlive


Annuity CD Yes


Fixed Yes


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Barry and Artie’s DJ Oldies Party at Sandy’s Place


Join Barry & Artie for their DJ Oldies


Party at Sandy’s Place at the Sun Lakes Pro- Shop, 25425 N. Sun Lakes Boulevard, Sun Lakes Arizona 85248 on Saturday May, 4, and Saturday, May 18, 2013. Starting Time: 6:30-10:00 p.m. There is


no cover charge! Barry & Artie will be performing there


every fi rst and third Saturday of the month. Come and request your favorite oldie


songs from the ‘40s, ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s; enter the trivia and dance contests. You also can dance, sing along or just sit back and reminisce. All you have to do is bring your laughter


and have fun! Open to all Sun Lakes homeowners and


their guests! The management at Sandy’s Place is


now serving the following food items: Chicken Wings, Pizza, Mozzarella Sticks, Cheese Poppers, Hot Dogs,


Mushrooms


and Potato Skins. For more information call 480-895-


9274.


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | May 2013


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